HN Photos: Orange accident reconstruction paint marks last evening’s scene where a pedestrian was struck and critically injured…
HYANNIS – According to police sources, the last word on the patient is that he was taken from CCH to a Boston area hospital with injuries described as “soft tissue damage.”
At about 8:44 p.m. last evening, police and firefighters rushed to Iyannough Road near the intersection with Cedar Street (a short distance west of Midas Muffler) for a pedestrian struck and seriously injured by a motor vehicle.
According to Captain Mark Storie of the Hyannis Fire Department, a male, approximately 40-years-old, was initially taken to Cape Cod Hospital with injuries described as “serious” and “life-threatening.”
A Barnstable Police accident reconstruction expert was brought in to investigate.
The driver of the motor vehicle reportedly remained on scene…
HN NOTE: According to sources, investigators are looking into the possibility the patient was intentionally struck by the vehicle… but the investigation is active and ongoing, and any official information as to the status of the investigation has not yet been officially released. HN will provide official updates on the condition of the patient and the status of the investigation as they become available.
UPDATE: Source tells HN that police have video of the pedestrian being struck… [DEVELOPING]